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Gone Fishin': Pass Me By, Book 1

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BPAA Best Illustrated Book Of The Year Award Winner

A touching and tender graphic novel following Ed, a reserved man dealing with dementia in a small, northern-Canadian town. As Ed's memory declines he loses touch with the present and revisits a past he chose to forget. As he loses more of his present, he finds himself lost more in the 1970s when he toured rural Canada in a glam rock band. A queer, romantic-tragedy.

"An inverted coming of age story about understanding queer identity and what happens to the stories you never tell."

– Stephanie Chan, Smash Pages

"The publisher calls it "a queer, rural, Canadian, romantic tragedy." I call it delightful. It's gorgeous, clever and perfectly paced, with fully formed characters from the first panel."

– Mike Donachie, Toronto Star


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Publisher: Renegade Arts Entertainment

Kindle Book

  • Release date: July 14, 2021

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781988903712
  • Release date: July 14, 2021

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9781988903712
  • File size: 57914 KB
  • Release date: July 14, 2021

Formats

Kindle Book
OverDrive Read
EPUB ebook

Languages

English

BPAA Best Illustrated Book Of The Year Award Winner

A touching and tender graphic novel following Ed, a reserved man dealing with dementia in a small, northern-Canadian town. As Ed's memory declines he loses touch with the present and revisits a past he chose to forget. As he loses more of his present, he finds himself lost more in the 1970s when he toured rural Canada in a glam rock band. A queer, romantic-tragedy.

"An inverted coming of age story about understanding queer identity and what happens to the stories you never tell."

– Stephanie Chan, Smash Pages

"The publisher calls it "a queer, rural, Canadian, romantic tragedy." I call it delightful. It's gorgeous, clever and perfectly paced, with fully formed characters from the first panel."

– Mike Donachie, Toronto Star


Expand title description text